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Midna's Desperation Midna's Desperation

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Nice Job man how did u create this one slow it down or just flat record it on keyboard an throw it into FL

The Nacho's Chunk The Nacho's Chunk

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Its good and has a lot of potential as a song. Try not using so much distorition and then your melodies can come out. The song has good ideas in it just needs to be cleared up. Also its repetitive. Go back and try to figure out a new theme that will make it stand out more.

Good Job

Canon - Blast Canon - Blast

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Try some other tones in this song. Go back and reedit and see if you have more flowing techno pads or tones that work better together and are not so up there in the octaves because you have good harmonic structure but just need to clear it out with yuor choice of sounds. Very Very well made though props. Example like during the melody you have this huge High part that sticks out of the main melody. Its like that kid who wants attention and tries to get it by screaming and being out there. When the highs went away I found it to be a better listening experiance.


mail, not milk mail, not milk

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Simple and Fun

It was cool at the start, you had the first bass part then just kept adding which is cool. The best thing I can say to change would be take down the level of audio on the first bass line so that the new elements are heard better. The voice sorta fits might want to consider changing it to something deeper to fit with the bass theme. Original theme actual techno song with a theme and plot to the form. Kinda reminds me of the soccer practice song(not the gay theme just the sound). Overall cool sounds like a good house mix. if it wasn't for the weird lyrics it probebly could be played in a club, ohh and faster tempo. Good JOb

snayk responds:

Thanks for the review!

I love adding stuff on to a main melody/beat. I'm not sure about lowering the gain on that main bass, though - it sounds fine to me, but I understand what you're getting at.

The original vocals ARE deeper (I think it's obvious), but my voice sounded really monotone. I didn't feel like recording another take because the timing was really good, so I just raised the pitch. I actually like the higher voice.

I have no idea what the soccer practice song is.

Hahaha, weird lyrics or original lyrics? I could have gone the standard route and sung about dancing or sex or drugs or rock and roll (like my last submission), but I felt like doing something different, and these were the first lyrics to pop into my head when I started recording vocals.

I don't think the tempo really needs to be adjusted. Typically, my songs are 140 BPM, but dance songs actually have lower tempos than you may think - 132 BPM is not uncommon for a dance song. This song is 130, but it's not REALLY a dance song as much as a fun electro song.

Thanks again.